This recent article by the Harvard Business Review (HBR) on entrepreneurship gives an insight into the current state of young folks who are gaining an appreciation for “going on their own”.
The post talks about how even for those just learning about being an entrepreneur, the skills and state-of-mind are well worth it.
Entrepreneurial thinkers, in other words, can be great employees even if they don’t start businesses. They can be so-called intrapreneurs (those who innovate and create change inside organizations) or social entrepreneurs who improve social and government institutions.
Check out the full article:
// Cor Global